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From Joerg Heinicke <>
Subject Re: [OT] getting no mails from Apache (again)
Date Mon, 18 Aug 2003 22:09:42 GMT
Thanks for the information, Reinhard. Though this time it took less than 
2 days I switched to my company address.

The only thing I find really strange, is the fact, that the mails were 
correctly forwarded from to (subscription with, but at the same time I don't get the mails from 
Apache mailing lists (subscription with


Reinhard Pötz wrote:

> Hi Jörg,
> I also have problems with my Apache mails and I asked
> some days ago similar questions. Brian Behlendorf responded:
> "...for some reason, mail destined for frequently goes for days
> without being deliverable.  I can't tell you why, only the
> admins can.  If a message can not be delivered for 3 days, it is
> bounced; so now that (if!) mail is working, you will probably
> get messages from mailing lists you were on either probing to see if the
> account is still bouncing, or letting you know you were removed (though
> those messages may have bounced as well).  I would strongly recommend
> that you choose some other mail provider.  In the past I have added
> to the list of domains to bounce immediately in an attempt to
> clean up the delivery queue a bit; I'll try not to do that next time."
> Cheers,
> Reinhard
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Joerg Heinicke [] 
>>it's now the second time that I don't get any mail from 
>>Apache, though 
>>I'm subscribed to several lists. Because I'm not the only one 
>>using GMX 
>>I wanted to ask if anybody else has problems receiving Apache mails. 
>>They simply seem to stop without any particular reason - and the last 
>>time after some weeks I got the mails again, also without any reason. 
>>It's not a problem of subscribing, the mails simply don't 
>>come through 
>>from Apache to GMX. After the outage the last time I got big 
>>mails from 
>>Apache mailing software ezmlm that it could not deliver the 
>>mails with 
>>"host not found" or something similar. But I don't want to take my 
>>Apache address (I have now resubscribed with it for receiving 
>>the mails) 
>>for writing mails as long as I can not use my Mozilla mail 
>>for it. I'm 
>>not that shortcut junkie, that likes to use pine ...
>>One of the last mails I got yesterday is 54342 at 
>> I didn't receive my own reply on 
>>this mail 54346. (Maybe this helps for finding out the reason.)

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